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of apprenticeships spirit i excepts. he must not abandon the plan that has given us record low interest rates. >> this is not working. today's figures show it is not working. it is his failure that means we -- whatly 1,000,001 peopl this government is pledged to do is everything we can to get our economy moving. that is why we cut corporation tax and why we are reforming the system. this is why we created the zone. i know what he wants. he wants us to change course on reducing our deficit. we would end up with interest rates like portugal and spain and italy. we it would send our economy into a tailspin. >> we want people to get back to work. what the prime minister does not seem to understand that unemployment goes month of. the cost goes up. hear people are in work. teen-age a credible flight for growth. it is not just young people. when was the last time the unemployment reached a level it has today. >> he is wrong. there are 50,000 more men and women than there were at the time of the election. there are half a million more credible jobs. he specifically asked about a credible growth plan
amendment and bill us ouof the congress will not. we're sad because of too much concentrated wealth, subsidized and born of government protection, too much poverty borne of government neglect, to many of wars, to my children killing children, too many jobs leaving and too much drugs coming. we can and malnutrition now. we can relieve sudent loan debt now. dr. king would be said that america had a moment and history of historic proportions in 2008 but they elected barack obama. yet that reduction has been met with unrelenting retribution, retaliation, then on and on printed -- unprecedented opposition. people seem to be willing to sink the ship just to destroy the captain. we have to be bter than that. [applause] like lyndon baines johnson, poverty was restored in the great society. dr. king would not settle for shifting the chairs on the deck of the titanic. he wanted to plug the holes to stop the water from coming in. 43 years after dr. king's plan and occupation on this same sp, he would say to the occupiers on wl street,he movement has gone global and you are the offspring of dr.
.vitac.com >>> breaking news. president obama announces the end of the iraq war. he said all u.s. troops will be home for the holidays. also, growing questions about whether moammar gadhafi was executed. was the death of the libyan -- look who might be weighing a run for the white house in 2016. vice president joe biden raising speculation with what he told candy crowley. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> when the u.s. invaded iraq back in march 2003, few people imagined it was the start of a nightmare that would last almost nine years, cost more than 4,000 american lives, plus hundred of billions of u.s. taxpayer doll lors. the u.s. mission in iraq which had been gradually drawing down will instead come to an abrupt end in just over two months with all american forces out of iraq by year's end. president obama himself announced the end of the iraq war. >> today, i can report that as promised, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america's war in iraq will be over. over the next two months, our troops in iraq, tens of thous
blitzer in the shutation room, it starts right now. >> fear the u.s. could soon be facing yet another credit downgrade. eyes and pressure on the congressional super committee. stand by. new information coming in. also, u.s. troops weeks away from leaving iraq. will iran move to fill some sort of void? i will talk about that and more this hour. with iraq's ambassador to the united states. he has strong views. >>> and karl rove warning rick perry is making a big mistake by signing on to one controversial issue many people thought would settle. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in the "the situation room." >>> president obama is going around congress for his latest plan. he is out west focusing in on the ongoing housing crisis that continues to drag down the u.s. economy. he wants it make it easier for a homeowners who are under water to refinance and he is unveiling his plan in one of hardest hit housing markets in the country. we are talking about las vegas nevada. jessica is joining us now with details. jessica, what is the president doing? >> he is rolling out a new plan to help homeowners dr
was as great a man as i have ever seen. the historical weight of this long overdue monument reminds us that we must be lifters' now. in the 1960's as today, divisiveness was based on fear and prejudice and misinformation. now with the cost and 24 hour news cycle, the power of misinformation has increased. we must remind ourselves that intelligence drums in ignorance every time -- trumps ignorance every time. when given the facts, people make good decisions. that leads to a problem dr. king faced 50 years ago, one that is worse today and that is the court for visitation, the politicization and the trivialization of the news. dr. king once spoke candidly with me about the news coverage of the civil rights movement. nationwide especially in cities like jackson. there was a little news coverage at all anywhere. he was also concerned that southern affiliate's stations would persuade the networks to tone down if not eliminate coverage that went out to the rest of the country. at the time, frankly, i did not feel his concerns were warranted. the than owners of my network in my bosses in new york work
have a dream" speech which so many of us remember. as i was growing up, i watched the riots unfold here in washington when he was shot and how much turmoil there was right here in this city. remember, my mother rushed me out of the city to get me away from the riots that unfolded right there as people tried to grapple with the fact that they had lost the legacy and the life of dr. martin luther king jr. i'll tell you, one of the things that comes to mind right now is what he said during that famous i i have a dream" speech, he said i have a dream that my four children, one day my four children will be able to have friends and who will judge them not for the color of their skin but the content of their character. that resonates with me even today with children of my own and seeing how they embrace people from a multitude of lifestyles and races and ethnicities and it just shows you that dream is coming to fruition. but bernice king has more to say about that and what her father's legacy means for her and the world. >> this is a day that all americans can be proud of. may i remind you th
. that was always the plan in theory. though the actual reasons it is happening is that iraq refused to give u.s. soldiers legal immunity for the reactions if they remain. a war that deeply divided the u.s., sold to us on lies couched in the fears of another 9/11. it is estimated to have cost is at least 799,948,099 so far not counting the interest we will have to pay on it. at least 4,477 died and tens of thousands more were wounded. 150,000 iraqis are estimated to have died in the war, 12, 00 of them civilians. 650,000 war-related deaths. joining us p.j. crowley, former assistant secretary of state for public affairs, under president obama. a 26-year-old veteran of the air force, the omar bradley chair and strategic leadership at dickinson college, penn state law and thank you for joining us. >> good morning, chris. >> given the costs of the war that i just reeled off. this is the iconic example of the government doing something unjust and being unable to stop it it and watching in horror as it unfolded, what was your reaction yesterday to the announcement from president obama that this was fi
at home for joining us this week. one story list week almost made it into the best new thing in the world today but got cut at the last minute because something better came along. a story about an arkansas high school marching band turning up at the house of one of their player's grandmothers because grandmother was too ill to go to the game. i still love that story. go, rogers heritage high school. what roger heritage high school of arkansas pushed out of the best new thing in the world segment that day, what got cut from the marching band segment, is what mediaite highlighted as when horrible people unite. when the president of iran spoke at the united nations last week the main news he made, of course, is that everybody walked out on him again like they pretty much always do now whenever he speaks in public. quoting from "the guardian" newspaper reporting on the walkout, u.s. diplomats were first to leave when ahmadinejad referred to the mysterious september 11th incident as a pretext to attack afghanistan and iraq. the mysterious september 11th incident. good-bye, mahmoud. see you lat
to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: good to hear they are taking those steps for us, i'm jamie colby, this travel alert follows the killing of anwar al-awlaki. and other key al qaeda figures, by a drone strike in yemen on friday. as america's enemies suffered yet another set back the fear of retaliation is real and peter doocy is following it for us, live from washington, peter, do we know how long the travel alert will last? >> reporter: from now until november 30th, the hole time until then, u.s. citizens, worldwide need to watch their backs and the state department issued a travel alert and here's why. there were, quote, the death of anwar al-awlaki in the near term could provide motivation for anti-american attacks, worldwide from individuals or groups seeking to retaliate against u.s. citizens or interest because of the action in the past, he and other members of aqpa called for attacks against the united states, and u.s. citizens and u.s. interests, his standing as a preeminent english language advocate of violence could trigger anti-american attacks, worldwide, to avenge his d
currency bill. when it was discussed that these bills would be brought to the floor, many of us said we shouldn't even be considering these bills. 6,000 for colombia, perhaps 70,000 for korea, maybe 1,000 for panama. 77,000 jobs, that's significant. if in fact those numbers really bear out. let's assume they do for a moment. we are making a big deal out of 77,000 jobs which are a big deal, but how much bigger a deal is it to say we are ignoring the fact that we are losing over one million jobs per year because of the china man national park plays of their currency? the distinguished speaker has said if we push this bill, we will start a trade war with china. my, have i heard that song before. many of us have been fighting for a better relationship with china in terms of our trade relationship, and for at least two decades we have been fighting for opening of our markets to china to stop the piracy of our intellectual property, the list goes on. but this manipulation of currency, ok, the speaker says we are going to start a trade war, 20 years ago when we started this debate following ti
historical ambition of creating a more perfect union can, by definition, never end. as dr. king showed us, the power to create a more perfect union lies in each of us. un die, we can correct injustice. we can work for equality and we can work to improve and eliminate poverty in our country. we can do so with and all law and through the institutions that defined as a great. nation this tomorrow reminds us that not only can we make america better, it is our responsibility to make a better. on behalf of chevrolet and gmc and foundation and everyone at gm, i congratulate and salute the king family come the mlk memorial foundation and all of america for ensuring the everlasting legacy of this trip. a great man -- of this truly great man. thanks [applause] you. >> please welcome dedication co- chairman and president designer and co-founder of the tommy hilfiger corporate foundation, tommy hilfiger. >> thank you very much a [applause] it is a special honor to join the king family, the martin luther king jr. foundation, and the many dignitaries as well as my fellow americans in celebrating the le
side. by now you know he is in america. he is taking some advanced helicopter training with the u.s. military. he was off duty. he was kicking back with his buddies at this hotel. it was this roof top bar in san diego. he came to the aid of a damsel in distress. a young woman at this roof top bar was tossed fully clothed into the pool. when she got out, she said harry wrapped her with his towel to keep her warm. she met up with them the next night for drinks. >>> now hour two. watch this. >>> welcome back. the president getting grilled on the economy. jury deliberations in a gruesome murder trial in a computer virus infects u.s. drones. we want to begin live at the white house with a story just in to cnn. jessica, what do you know? >> reporter: a senior administration official tells cnn that a senior member of the network has been killed. it happened overnight earlier today in north waziristan, pakistan. and a man by the name of, we're told played a central role in helping the hackani network attack u.s. targets in kabul and south eastern afghanistan. that he was killed in a part of
is recognized. mr. filner: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the bill before us sponsored by congressman walz would ensure that men and women of our national guard and reserve receive the distinction of being called veterans. it is a simple thing but it is denied them. representative walz introduced them in the last congress and didn't clear the senate so we have to try again. our guard and reserve comprise a large component of those called to serve and those changing dynamics need to be incorporated. this bill strikes the desired balance and full supporter of the bill and i would yield to the author of the bill, congressman walz as much time as he may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from minnesota is recognized. mr. walz: thank you to the ranking member as well as being a staunch supporter of this and other legislation to secure the rights and benefits for our veterans and i thank mr. runyan for his support on this and other bills and appreciate all the things that are moving today. special thank you to chairman miller, majority leader and majority whip wh
all for spending some time with us on this cnn saturday and sunday morning but don't go anywhere because candy crowley and "state of the union" starts about -- right now. >>> in the words of defense secretary leon panetta, this has been a bad year for terrorists. today the struggle against al qaeda with former vice president dick cheney and liz cheney, former state department official, and with former cia director michael haden and the former ranking member of the house intelligence committee, jane harman. >>> then restlessness with the republican presidential field. insights from mississippi governor haley barbour. >>> five months after navy s.e.a.l.s raided a house in pakistan and kill osama bin laden, the cia launched an armed drone into yemen killing the intended target, famed terrorist recruiters and prop gan diss, anwar al awlaki, an american. here to talk about the terrorist's bad years is former vice president dick cheney and his lawyer, liz cheney, chair of a national security advocacy group, keep america safe. together they wrote "in my time, a personal and political ma
for joining us. i want to start with the drone strike that took out the top prop gan diss, at least for al qaeda in the iranian peninsula, perhaps took out the bombmaker for the same group and also took out samir khan. what's your reaction to that? >> well, i think it was a very good strike. i think it was justified. i think it is very effective use of our drone technology. thing i'm waiting for is for the administration to go back and correct something they said two years ago when they criticized us for "overreacting" to the events of 9/11. they, in effect, said that we had walked away from our ideals, or taking policy contrary to our ideals when we had enhanced interrogation techniques. they clearly had moved in the direction of taking robust action when they feel it is justified. i say in this case i think it was but i think they need to go back and reconsider what the president said when he was in cairo. >> i want your reaction as well because of your group that you work, but let me just clarify what you are talking about. this was an american -- actually two americans were killed, two
it. that was steve jobs in the words of the u.s. president barack obama. today people around the world are mourning the death of apple's legendary co-founder, jobs was just 56 years old when he died of pancreatic cancer on wednesday. he leaves behind an astonishing legacy of innovation and invengs that has radically changed how we communicate. why? because steve jobs made it easy and enjoyable. steve jobs wasn't just the co-founder and creative leader of apple, he was also its public face and its public voice. from the 1970s when he established apple jobs was there to announce its latest products, and to inspire its fiercely loyal fans. here's a look at steve jobs through the years in his own words. >> today, for the first time ever, i'd like to let mcintosh speak for itself. >> we think a lost them are going to get into the hole. we'd like to say they're going to get there through the garage door. people will bring them home over the weekend to work on something, maybe someday they'll buy a second one to leave at home. >> the strangest thing about apple it hasn't had a good
black voters as somehow under the spell of a black president because a longer view of history shows us this is representative of how-to african-american voters have been made. my very final piece -- the way in which the civil war continues to give us a legacy for white racial politics. since the election of barack obama, exposed profound anxieties about american citizenship and its intersection with marginal identity. when i teach race in american politics, the first thing i do is say to my classroom, "race is a social construction. it is not real." they nod their heads and they think to themselves, "she is not its." i can tell white people from black people from brown people. social construction, whatever. on saturday when i have to get my hair done, it does not feel like a social construction. if it feels like a biological reality because i cannot go to white hair salon. i have to go to an african- american hair salon. whatever on social construction. the 2008 presidential election was such an opportunity for me because i could actually show the hyper-social construction of a candid
to answer what you made a pitch for the nominee former attorney general to be confirmed. 44 of us have sent a letter, you're very familiar with, to the president's biggest and i think you said to me to spend if i could finish. we haven't heard one word about that, asking for some modifications to this. it's not the nominee. i think the nominee as far as i know is probably well-qualified, very honorable, very smart man. but we are waiting for that dialogue, and i hope we hear from you. but short of that i think the nominee is not going anywhere. but i want an answer to that. go ahead. >> i understand your position and we received that message. you've been very clear about it and you have a pretty powerful show of strength. i would just encourage you to reconsider because i think that -- >> we hope you would reconsider, u.n. the president, changing three modest things in the dodd-frank bill. if you do i'm sure we'll have a good piece of legislation, at least a better peace. and we'll go from there. but short of that i don't believe that we are moving that nomination. >> i'm always optimistic.
's empire. >>> plus, a u.s. senator accused of plagerism. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> a visit by the south korean president overshadowed by the unfolding international drama surround i surrounding an alleged iranian terror plot. for the first time, president obama spoke at length about what the united states maintains was a plan to assassinate the saudi ambassador to the united states here in washington, d.c. let's go straight to jessica yellin. jessica, the president was asked about the links to the iranian government. what did he say today? >> he declined to say the highest levels of the iranian government had knowledge of it. he would not say that the nation's supreme leader or president was aware of it. >> i don't think the problem here jessica is that i have not been unwilling to negotiate with republicans. i've shown repeatedly my willingness to work overtime. to try to get them to do something. he had direct links. was paid by and directed by individuals in the iranian government. now, those facts are there for all to see. and we would not be bringing forw
. >>> and one oil company, major oil company i should say, major u.s. oil companies, are raking in near record profits, so why are they still getting huge taxpayer subsidies? i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> he skipped the last presidential debate and sidelined himself in iowa saying he wants to focus on the first of the nation's primary state. jon huntsman is betting almost everything on new hampshire, but is trail ng the state while romney is enjoying a substantial lead and now, huntsman is joining some of romney's sharpest critics in questioning romney's conservative credentials. jon huntsman is joining us now from salt lake city. thanks very much for coming in. >> thank you, wolf. an honor to be with you. >> george will, the conservative columnist writing in an upcoming edition of "the washington post" says this about mitt romney. he says -- you agree with george will on that? >> those are pretty tough words, wolf. all i can say is this is the time when this nation wants leadership. we've been looking for leadership for some time in the white house. we haven't found it
, rachel. >> thanks to you at home for staying with us the next hour. former secretary of state condoleezza rice already published a memoir of her life. a book about growing up in segregated alabama, her rise to prominence as a russia scholar. her involvement with republican politics, her eventual ascendance to the highest ranks of the george w. bush administration. that book is already done. she published that book last year. but now condoleezza rice has published another one. a 734-page new book of which all 734 pages are apparently about her time in the bush white house. i have not read this book yet, you haven't read it yet either. we not have it yet. it is not out yet. i will read it as soon as it comes out and condoleezza rice, please do an interview with me on this show about your book. i promise i'll read your book, i promise it will be fun. i know you won't come. "the new york times" managed to get a copy of condoleezza rice's book early. the headline of their review of the book reveals the secret of all bush administration officials trying to ensure their careers do not die with t
takes away voters from us would be detrimental and anything that adds voters could be beneficial. i certainly would make every effort to have her on my team. >> thank you. that's all for us tonight. erin burnett is with us. "out front" starts now. sarah palin news, and christy turlington. >> that's right. we've got all of the ladies on the show tonight. sarah palin story. also on the front lines in pakistan, i'll gowin side a women's jail tonight. our guest, supermodel christy turlington shines a light on a disturbing statistic. >>> newark magazine calls us out, seriously. and the bottom line on sarah palin. breaking news, she is not running for president. let's go "out front." >> breaking news, sarah palin choosing not to run for the republican presidential nomination. she went on the mark levin radio show, made it clear she's not running and also released a letter to her supporters. she said, she can be more effective in a decisive role to help elect other true public servants to office. well, why now? scott conroy of role clear politics and co-author of "sarah from alaska"s has s
ambassador kirk when he first came and told us that he thought he could work with the government of korea. i told sandy and i and staff would work so hard to share with him that unless there was some relaxation of restrictions on exports of automobiles that the government would take the position they had signed, they had agreed and it was all over. because of the korean government, staffs and people working together, catching a lot of political flak at home from the korean congress, they did reopen and examine the question of these as well as automobile. automobiles. so i just want to say that having served in korea in 1950, i had no idea that this country could go out of the ashes in such a short period of time and become such a close friend of the united states in terms of democracy and trade. but certainly in terms of national security being there representing the same principles that we do. and so i do think outside of just the job creation that we are dealing with a long lasting friend. and i am just glad that we will work out the differences and able to move forward so that we both can
for these brave astronauts. the legislation before us today, s.con.res. 29, authorizes the use of the capitol rotunda on november 16, some 43 days hence, to formally make the award. i support the resolution and urge all members to support it as well and i thank you, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: jackson the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from mississippi reserves. the gentleman from pennsylvania. . >> i thank the gentleman from mississippi and i ask my colleagues to support this resolution and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from mississippi. >> mr. speaker, i'd like to thank chairman lungren and ranking member brady for their support on this matter and i urge my colleagues to support this concurrent resolution and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the question is will the house suspend the rules and agree to senate concurrent resolution 29. those in favor say
. >>> madame secretary, thank you for joining us. are you in herman cain's famously designated becky-becky-becky-stan. >> there's a zero, zero, zero chance i'm going to comment on republican politics, but i am in uzbekistan. >> we have mark haleprin. we also have the president of the council on foreign relations, richard hoss back with us. good to have you, richard. >> boy, hillary was at the top of her game yesterday, wasn't she? >> i thought she was great on "meet the press" and really seems like she has a handle on the situation. >> well, there's so many situations. >> so many. >> which -- i mean -- all the situations that people like herman cain don't have a grasp on. if you look at this past weekend. and look at all of the things that have gone down in the news, then you have -- you realize now is not the time to send an amateur to the white house. so whoever wins the republican nomination better have a firmer grasp on foreign affairs than the current front-runner. look, iraq, what does that mean? we're getting out of iraq. what is that going to mean for u.s. foreign policy? wha
a national crisis. >> more than 14 million people in the united states do not have a job. u.s. unemployment is now a national crisis. federal reserve board chairman bernanke sees the current unemployment crisis as widespread, enduring and unprecedented. >> we've had now close to 10% unemployment now for a number of years, and of the people who are unemployed, about 45% have been unemployed for six months or more. >> that 45% figure adds up to roughly six million americans them have not had a job in the past six months. mr. bernanke also says long- term unemployed could well become the permanently unemployed. the bernanke comments come in the middle of a nationwide protest movement called occupy wall street. these protestors are demonstrating against wall street and its corporations. , who they believe caused the ongoing unemployment crisis. boston, baltimore, chicago, denver, kansas city, los angeles, new york, san francisco, seattle, st. louis, washington, d.c. have all seen the wall street demonstrations. president obama's former green energy advisor, ben jones, compares the protests to t
. in announcing its end, president obama used the term success, not victory, and said it was time america focused less on wars overseas and more on economic problems here at home. >> i would note that the end of war in iraq reflects the larger transition. the tide of war is receding. >> there is no doubt public opinion is on the president's side. nearly 7 in 10 americans oppose the war in iraq. but a number of conservatives, including the leading republican candidates for president tonight say, president obama is weakening america and emboldening iran. the former massachusetts governor, mitt romney, said the unavoidable question is whether this decision is the result of a naked political calculation or simply sheer ineptitude in negotiations with the iraqi government. jessica yellin was in the briefing room for the dramatic announcement. the point governor romney was making while the president called it a success it's not exactly what he wanted, right? >> it's clear from a security perspective the pentagon wanted to keep more troops in iraq, that much is indisputable now. but from a political --
>> kimberly: prayers to the family. a great guy. that is it for us tonight on "the five." thank you for being with us. we'll see you here tomorrow. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> bret: policy or politics. president obama begins another bus tour in an important electoral region. what the president says about the occupy wall street movement says a lot about his re-election strategy. brit hume on defining terms of the tax debate. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama on the road again taking his push for his jobs bill/stimulus package to voters in two key swing states this week. the president just finished a speech at a north carolina high school looking for votes in congress now. in the election a year from now. ed henry is traveling with the president. >> it's a bus tour, but president obama used air force one to make his grand entrance in north carolina. the crowd of only a few hundred was not so grand. considering this is a critical battleground. still, the crowd was hively, chanting "yes, we can
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the expanded than what well prompt us we don't get much more bang for our buck how to recede these fitting together eventually? the story is how did they get started and going back to the 1970's and at eight -- cedis with much more sophisticated technology they will continue to develop with wind, solar, but we're seeing a technological innovation energy supply in the u.s. is very different from what i started the book. >> host: 2005? >> guest: yes. it was called in shale guest and not until 2007 people have followed up to what is happening with this tight oil u.s. oil imports going up which is what we have been habituated to for 70 years. >> host: now the idea of the petro state with the rise in hugo chavez and the oil industry there and fidel castro and cuba and that got me thinking there is a lot of controversy right now especially after the gulf oil spill last year. >> that is an interesting chained how risky but getting into the offshore we'll game of fact the stability if at all? is there a reason to be s concerned as we were? >> cuba is very close to florida so certainly concerns abo
. good evening, rachel. > thanks to you for staying with us the next hour. if you heard, word of the news tonight came for you on a device for which he was responsible. the iphone, the mac, the ipad. steve jobs was the man behind all of those. tonight, apple, the company he used to run announced steve jobs passed away at the age of 56. apple did not announce a cause of death, but it would be hard to characterize his death as entirely unexpected. mr. jobs stepped down from the company in august. back in 2009, of course, he underwent a liver transplant. and it was seven years ago that he underwent surgery for pancreatic cancer. just yesterday apple held a press conference unveiling its latest iphone. and i have to tell you, it was viscerally strange. really just profoundly odd not to see steve jobs up there on stage in his little black turtle neck and his jeans. as there were those years in the late '80s and early '90s when steve jobs worked somewhere else. despite that, when you thought of apple, you thought of steve jobs. we thought of apple a lot. just as much as apple was and still is,
hear you. >> a time for change has come! chris: facing mount rushmore. he promised us change and said he would be transformative, the kind of president who turned history. has the time come for barack obama to learn from a leader who did, the most inspiring democrat of our time. does jack kennedy have stuff to teach barack obama? the brothers and sisters, kennedy had the irish mafia. obama has tried to do it alone. has he have time to build a team. political confederates who can fight for him. can he pull a solo act and start to lead? finally, bad news bears. where do they find this crew? perry is falling, bachmann is falling. something is raising cain but nobody knows what. with time flying, the vast american middle is fleeing. with their chances good, why are the republicans so bad? hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today. the "washington post" bob woodward, nbc's andrea mitchell, the bbc's katty kay and the "new york magazine's" john heilemann. first up, since the 1957 shock of sputnik, there have been few times as unsettling as today. can we shake off this sense
protesters do not want us inside their camp. >> mitt romney, you hired illegals. >> which candidates scored some points in the republican debate. >>> and a speed bump for president barack obama's bus tour, the items stolen from his bus. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 news... >>> well,good morning to you welcome to wednesday, it is october 19th, i am dave clark. we begin with breaking news in san francisco, a huge crash involving a burning truck and several cars causing big delays on highway 101, even the bay bridge, sal has details on what is happening right now. >>> this is breaking news in san francisco, as we are getting more daylight, we are seeing 101 is shut down and it is still shut down this crash occurred just before 5:00 a.m. where a truck overturned and collided with several other vehicles and burst into flames. i want to show you a picture from one of our crews on the freeway, this is southbound 101 completely shut down, and that's the command post there, fire crews are attended people who are injured and it looks like one of the persons who are involved. a lot of police officers i
anybody else has addressed. it talks about the use of modern management techniques to save up to $500 billion a year, fundamentally replacing the entire civil service process that goes back to the 1880s. in addition, there are specific proposals to replacing the environmental protection agency with a solutions agency. i don't know anybody else who talked about that. there is a proposal for an optional flat tax. and there is a proposal to create a 21st century food and drug administration that is, i think, again, pretty significantly different from other folks. you know, some pieces overlap. there is no question, a number of us believe that a zero capital gains tax. i think that herman cain and i talked about the chilean model of allowing young people to have personal social security accounts. michele bachmann introduced the bill to repeal dodd frank. there are some overlaps and some areas that are really uniquely newt gingrich's 21st century contract with america that i don't believe any other candidate has talked about yet. >> all right. one place said that to secure the border, you
of us after the game had to get outside and walk around and decome press perfect weather for that today we will have a nice day as well. bus stop forecast, partly sunny skies this morning cool temperatures ranging from mid- and upper 50s to low 60s sunrise officially occurs, 18 minutes from now. temperatures across the region, 60s here, 61 degrees washington 60 baltimore, 61 fredericks burg to the west 50, 59 dulles airport, 55 winchester, forecast today, clouds hanging around this morning, give way to mostly sunny skies later, temperatures in the 70s. 70 german town, 74 in fredericks burg, 73 in the nations capitol that is a look at what is happening with the weather now back to you steve and alison. >> we have a traffic alert before we get to julie wright for drivers in maryland. >> an accident forced closure of lanes alan town road in suit land. stacy good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you i can tell you it is quite a mess they are cleaning up out here, take a look behind me you can see a massive pile of lumber, tractor trailer carrying all that lumber heading northbound bran
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